ALTHOUGH Bromsgrove, Rubery and south Birmingham got off pretty lightly from Storm Agnes, it has been quite blustery over the past few days.
But, you’ll be pleased to hear, it should be a lot less dramatic this weekend.
The weather is set to remain fine and dry this evening and tomorrow (Saturday).
There may be some mist and fog patches for those on higher ground and tonight will be chillier with a minimum 8°C.
Tomorrow will start dry with bright intervals. Cloud is set to build later in the day and there is a slight chance of a shower around 2pm. Other than that, temperatures are as expected for this time of year – between 14°C and 16°C. Still no need for a coat yet,
Sunday brings the start of October, but do not panic – temperatures are, in fact, set to be warmer – between 17°C and 19°C. There could be rain at 1pm but the current forecasts say it’s only a 60 per cent chance so mostly dry conditions are in store.
Temperatures are set to drop from Monday but there will be sunshine in store. Watch this space
Here is the national picture for the weekend from the Met Office.